Data from: Microhabitat and body size effects on heat tolerance: implications for responses to climate change (army ants: Formicidae, Ecitoninae)

Baudier KM, Mudd AE, Erickson SC, O'Donnell S

Date Published: June 15, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7q3j8

 

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Title CTmax data
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Description All data in this file was collected in the field. Data were input manually. These data were used for all analyses having heat-tolerance as a response variable. Species codes were used: Ebparvi = Eciton burchellii parvispinum, ECITmexi = Eciton mexicanum, LABIcoec = Labidus coecus, LABIprae = Labidus praedator, LABIJTL001 = Labidus JTL001, LABIspin = Labidus spininodis, NEIVpilo = Neivamyrmex pilosus, NEIVmacr = Neivamyrmex macrodentatus, NEIVsumi = Neivamyrmex sumichrasti
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Title iButton air temperatures
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Description These data were collected in the field using calibrated ibutton temperature loggers (model: thermochron, Maxim Integrated). OneWireViewer software was used to read probes.
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Title Max & Min surface temperatures
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Description These data are maximum and minimum surface temperatures collected at 40 surface army ant raids in Monteverde, Costa Rica using infrared thermometers.
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Title Specimen head widths
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Description These are a collection of head-width measurements used to calculate means for each visually-discerned size category. Specimens were stored together within each body size category. Specimens were photographed under a dissecting microscope, and measured using ImageJ.
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Baudier KM, Mudd AE, Erickson SC, O'Donnell S (2015) Microhabitat and body size effects on heat tolerance: implications for responses to climate change (army ants: Formicidae, Ecitoninae). Journal of Animal Ecology 84(5): 1322–1330. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12388

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Baudier KM, Mudd AE, Erickson SC, O'Donnell S (2015) Data from: Microhabitat and body size effects on heat tolerance: implications for responses to climate change (army ants: Formicidae, Ecitoninae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7q3j8
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